Educational Institutions Won’t Face Dearth Of Funds
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagneed Mann on Saturday dubbed financial indebtedness of educational institutions as a social scourge and said they will not face any dearth of funds so that no child of the state is deprived of the opportunity to get quality education.
According to an official statement, Mann said his government was constantly striving to raise the standard of education by providing the maximum support to educational institutions.
“This university is the pride of Punjab and the Punjabi mother tongue. This premier educational institute is also called the ‘heart of Malwa’. I had guaranteed to free this university from the debt burden to restore its pride and pristine glory,” he said.
Mann moreover said that in this year’s budget, the state government has earmarked a grant of Rs 30 crore to the university every month. “I sincerely hope that this university will achieve great success in the field of higher education later coming out of financial constraints,” he added.
The chief minister said the Punjabi University was playing a vanguard role for the youths of the state. “This university inspired me to follow new ways and new ideas in my life.
Mann moreover said the state government was making great efforts for the promotion and dissemination of the Punjabi language.
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